TOPSEAL's fibreglass flat roofing system has a life span, which will outlast any traditional bitumen based roofing systems.
One of the most fundamental features of a fibreglass flat roof that sets it apart from most, if not all other flat roofing systems, is that it’s a monolithic laminate.
This means that it does not suffer any weakness at seams, joints or welds, which are usually the weak points within a flat roof. GRP is one continuous layer and can mould on or around almost anything as opposed to other flat roofing systems that would struggle to seal.
A GRP roof is also completely maintenance free, which is an obvious advantage over many traditional flat roofing systems that require maintenance or cleaning to remain effective.
Many traditional roofs are bitumen based which requires tar boilers. GRP is a cold applied system, which means the laminate is formed without the risks associated with using naked flames or burners on a roof.